It’s getting harder and harder to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature. Across the nation, urban sprawl and development are swallowing up green space and paving over acres of forest and agriculture. Few places remain that offer a true escape from hurried life. The Adirondacks are one of those […]Continue Reading »
Adirondack Land For Sale By Owner
If you’re looking for Adirondack land for sale by owner, look no further than Adirondack Mt Land! We’ve got a ton of great listings from all over the Adirondack region. Check out our blog for more info on buying Adirondack land for sale by owner.
Many people dream of owning vacation property in the Adirondacks. The area offers so many recreational activities (fishing, hiking, boating, and skiing to name a few). And there’s a wide range of housing options – from finished homes to buildable land. If owning a property in the Adirondacks is your dream too, you can make […]Continue Reading »
Water is a magnet for recreation-seekers. There are so many water-based activities: fishing, swimming, boating, and waterskiing to name a few. With its myriad streams, ponds, and lakes, the Adirondacks offers nearly limitless opportunities for fun. It’s no wonder the area draws in droves of vacationers and so many people want to own their own […]Continue Reading »
Twin Ponds Preserve offers pristine Adirondacks lakefront property in a secluded 2,000-acre area. Located in the northern reaches of the Adirondack Wilderness area, Twin Ponds is a hidden gem that includes a pristine 500-acre lake with nearly 7 miles of shoreline. Here are a few frequently asked questions we get about life in and around […]Continue Reading »
Making your home in the Adirondacks is a wonderful way to experience the natural beauty and outdoor lifestyle that mountain living offers. But like any change of address, there are some basic ideas you should know to make the transition and daily life easier. Get an Appropriate Vehicle It’s not news that the Adirondacks get […]Continue Reading »